This one is strictly for fun.
Last July, on our way to the annual family gathering in upstate New York, my son and I spotted what we just knew had to be harvested marshmallows west of Elmira. We were on an expressway, so it wasnít possible to stop and take pictures; however, we remained on the lookout for more of these for the remainder of the drive. To our great disappointment, we couldnít find as much as one lonely marshmallow.
On our way home, we took a detour west to visit Ralph Wilson Stadium and to have an awesome lunch of Wings and Beef on Weck at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo. Bobís GPS decided that rather than go back to the Thruway, we would take a far more scenic route. As you can see, Bobís GPS made a wise decision; we found several of these farms before we reached Route 17.
This page is based on the Beggahuna sketch that was included in the Retro Tapestry kit from Swirlydoos. All materials save the gingham ribbon and vines from my stash are from Swirlydoos. The stamp was part of the Irresistible kit from last fall; the butterflies are from the collection that Lisa provided to accent the gorgeous colors and patterns that we received this month. Speaking of Lisa, I used her awesome tutorial (one of many available on the Swirlydoos site) to fashion the ribbon rosebuds.